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Playful Illustrations by Alessandro Gottardo

December 07, 2010 from amanda's blog

I was quickly captivated by the playfulness of Alessandro's illustrations and I'm sure you will be too. Here is a sneak preview of some of the illustrations featured in his book "Shout". Alessandro Gottardo aka Shout creates visual art...

Character Design Inspiration by Reevolver

December 02, 2010 from abduzeedo's blog

Salvador Ramirez Madriz also known as Reevolver is an conceptual artist and illustrator from Mexico, he has an amazing style especially with character design. So in this post I will share with you some of his artworks. For more information...

Calvin and Hobbes Collection

December 01, 2010 from PauloGabriel's blog

I've been writing here at Abduzeedo for almost 3 years now and I have absolutely no idea how come I've never posted about Calvin and Hobbes. Bill Watterson's creation gotta be the reason why I love illustration.

Fun Toy and Illustration Design by Yum Yum

November 30, 2010 from amanda's blog

Yumyum is a London, England based animation, illustration, and design studio. They make super cute toys and really fun animations that are sure to brighten up your day! Here's a little peak into some of their work. Check out their...

Diftnorm - Work of 2010

November 29, 2010 from aloa's blog

Diftnorm aka Alexander Otto is a young designer & Illustrator from Hamburg, Germany. He has been featured on Abduzeedo last year. Now we show you his work of 2010 Where to find him on the web: http://diftnorm.com DIFTNORM - Work of 2010...

Beautiful Illustrations by Mike Dutton

November 26, 2010 from abduzeedo's blog

Mike Dutton has been a writer/illustrator most of his life. He completed his first book when he was seven, a stapled mass of dot-matrix printer paper filled with leaping dinosaurs. He once drew the entire Sunday Funnies during class, but...

Vintage Lithography Illustrations

November 23, 2010 from PauloGabriel's blog

It's nice getting to know the way people found to make publishing costs cheaper back then. Lithography was one of the cheapest ways of printing illustrations and it has got a really classy look.

Illustration Inspiration by 23Alan

November 19, 2010 from abduzeedo's blog

Yesterday I came across this beautiful illustration tweeted by a friend of mine and great designer, Everaldo Coelho, and the illustratio was from another Brazilian. I decided to find out more about him and ended up visiting his Flickr page...

The Awesome Work of Viti Grosman

November 17, 2010 from PauloGabriel's blog

Some people might not like outdoors in their towns, but there's some worth seeing. If someone hires a great illustrator to come up with some outdoor designs, that's just delightful to see a fresh design on your way to work everyday, right?

Super Stylish Drawings by Mattias Adolfsson

November 16, 2010 from PauloGabriel's blog

A simple trace does not necessary means simple composition. That's exactly the case of Mattias Adolfsson's work. His work is amazingly stylish, even though his trace is simple.

Amazingly Creepy 3D Drawings

November 12, 2010 from PauloGabriel's blog

Perspective in drawings creating 3D scenes in not something new. We've seen some cool examples of that through out the years, but I just got to see something really fresh and amazingly creepy.

Astonishing Movie Art Concepts by Peter Popken

November 10, 2010 from PauloGabriel's blog

We often get to watch great movies. It might not always have a good story telling there are some cool photography and much of those visuals come from great art concepts made by amazing artists like Peter Popken.